Argentine star Lionel Messi, Team B playerAres Saint Germaina press interview on the official website of the French club, during which he spoke about his memories of the past World Cup 2022 and his time at Princes Park.
It is worth noting that the tango legend managed to lead his national team to victory at the 2022 World Championships in Qatar, after he won at the expense of his French counterpart in the final match of the World Cup.
And talk continues about the future of the Parisian trio, Argentinean Lionel Messi, Frenchman Kylian Mbappe, Brazilian Neymar da Silva; Will they leave Princes Park or continue after the end of the current season next June.
On the other hand, Mbappe’s name is linked to a move to the Real Madrid team, but nevertheless, it looks like Messi pushed all that speculation away from the Frenchman to try and do his best to play more time with Killian.
In this regard, the Argentine flea stated in the context of her conversation about her memories of the 2022 World Cup, saying: “It was wonderful. It was something very exciting, everything that I experienced was very difficult to explain, because it is the dream of all the dreams that we were able to fulfill, that we were able to share with the people of Argentina, as they celebrated. … the truth is that we expected it to be insane, but not as crazy as we actually saw it.”
He continued, “A moment that will last for the rest of our lives for us who were lucky enough to play it, and for all the people of Argentina.”
He continued: “It was a heartbreaking final and the match was played insanely. The game that Kylian lived in as the protagonist with three goals in the final and not being a hero is impressive.”
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Pointing to his French teammate Kilian, Leo said: “He won too and knows what it means to be world champion. Now it’s nice to be able to work in the same team and hopefully we can get good results in Paris too.”
With this conversation, Leo dispelled rumors about his strained relationship with French star Killian, and also ruled out the idea of his departure or the departure of a colleague from Princes Park and a move to Spanish Real Madrid.
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